ROLL CALL: Uma Thurman’s Makeup Malfunction!
First Published: October 19, 2010 1:17 PM EDT Credit: WireImage
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Oh Uma, WTF!: Uma Thurman turned up last night at The Feminist Press at the City University of New York’s 40th annual gala in New York City in the midst of a serious makeup malfunction. No word if she ran into a box of jelly donuts backstage or if she got into a brawl with bottle of baby powder – but Uma needs to reconsider her makeup choices stat. Now Uma, hold still while we help you blend that mess!
Whipping It With Willow: Has the future of music arrived in the form a nine-year-old? Willow Smith (Will and Jada’s daughter) has dropped the video for “Whip My Hair” – and she’s not messing around – and we can’t stop watching this! Want more with Willow? Go behind the scenes of her video, HERE! And for even more, here’s the “Sesame Street” version – could it get any better?
Spooky Snookie: Which is scarier? Snooki or Snooki clones? It appears that the costume-du-jour for this years’ Halloween goes to the Princess of Poughkeepsie, according to the New York Post’s PopWrap. Roll Call is wondering if the Guidette costume will also come with a couple charging hippos, pickles, a punch to the face and a night in jail. We’re pretty convinced, though, that the goal of this costume is to scare the pants off of guys… literally. But if you don’t feel like being Snooki this Halloween… might we recommend dressing up as The Bed Intruder?
Wow, JWOWW!: In more scary “Jersey Shore” news, Radar has unearthed Jenni “JWOWW” Farley’s childhood yearbook photos – along with digging up some alleged dirt from former classmates. “She wasn’t very popular,” a classmate claimed. “Jenni didn’t have a boyfriend that I remember and she wasn’t on any sports teams or in any clubs really.” We’re pretty sure Jenni can soak up any latent high school social trauma tears with her reported $10,000 per episode she makes on her MTV series. See a young (non-mesh halter top) Jenni, HERE!
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